The photograph displayed of the offender is obtained from the most recent information provided to law enforcement. The Michigan State Police offers all citizens the opportunity to search the "Michigan Sex Offender Registry," where you can find where registered sex offenders live, work and attend school.
Local roots. Find out how to check those updates. Find out how the program works.
Department of Justice also runs the "National Sex Offender Public Website," which lets users search for sex offenders by name and by location nationwide. Extreme care should be exercised in using any information obtained from this web site. Courtesy MSP. Community Rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site.
Extreme care should be exercised in using any information obtained from this web site. Thank you. The legislature has determined that a person who has been convicted of committing certain offenses poses a potential serious menace and danger to the health, safety, morals, and welfare of the people, and particularly the children, of this state.
The PSOR is made available through the Internet with the intent to better assist the people of this state in preventing and protecting against the commission of future criminal sexual acts by convicted sex offenders.
Ad Choices. The link above will take you to a page that explains why the Michigan State Police offers the information to the public and cautions users from using the information obtained from the database inappropriately. The MSP frequently updates the registry in a continuous effort to provide complete and accurate information.